Join the Heritage Tour on Saturday, 2 October 2010 from 9 am – 1 pm


Registration for the “Can Survive Lah” heritage tour has been extended to this Friday 24 September. Only a few seats are available, so hurry if you are interested!

“Can survive lah!” is what old-timers involved in Singapore’s disappearing traditional trades like to say – somewhat ironically – when asked how business is going. These are the craftsmen involved in cottage industries that were once so prevalent along old Singapore’s five-foot-ways, but are increasingly hard to find in modern Singapore.

Join celebrated veteran heritage guide Geraldene Lowe-Ismail as she takes us from city streets into forgotten alleyways to visit:

* Giant temple joss-stick makers
* Funeral paper house makers
* Chinese opera costumes and musical instruments makers
* Traditional black-and-gold signboard makers, Chinese seal makers and Chinese fan calligrapher.

Date: Saturday, 2 October 2010

Time: 9am – 1pm

Meet at 8.50am at Dempsey bus park (next to durian stall)

Cost: $20 (member) / $28 (guest)

See circular for more details.

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